Teaching Schedule



2017 Schedule:


Houston Quilt Festival – Teaching October 30th and 31st, 2017


Inland Northwest Machine Quilters – Spokane, WA

November 17 – 18, 2017


2018 Schedule:

logo 2018 Williamsburg, VA

Gammill / Statler Conference – March 22 – 25, 2018

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MQX Quilt Festival – New England – April 11 – 14, 2018

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Utah Quilting & Sewing Market Place – May 3 – 5, 2018 – Sandy, UT

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mqlogo-new St. Cloud, Minnesota

Minnesota Quilt Show & Conference – June 14 – 16, 2018

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AQS QuiltWEEK Virginia Beach – October 3 – 6, 2018

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Set Sail with Gammill Cruise – October 14 – 21, 2018

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**If you are interested in scheduling a private, or group class, or have any questions about hosting classes, please contact me at: jodidr2003@yahoo.com


11 thoughts on “Teaching Schedule

  1. Hello Jodi, I have a question and hope you can answer. I’m taking 4 of your classes at the AQS Quilt Week in Albuquerque, NM in January. Would it be advantageous to bring one or two quilt tops I want to quilt to get any suggestions/ideas for quilting it/them? I’m new to the long arm quilting with a 2009 Gammill Optimum Plus with regulated stitch but not statler. Basically everything is free motion. This doesn’t bother me except when it comes to quilting other folks quilts. I feel pretty confident but yet at a loss of ideas. I delve into the exploration of the internet for watching videos and/or designs, etc. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you in January.


  2. Hi Jodi, I love your work and am interested in taking one of your classes at QuiltCon, but I am not a long arm quilter, simply FMQ on my domestic machine. Do you teach to both categories or should I wait until the day that I am a true machine quilter? Thanks!

  3. Jodi,
    I was in your quilt class last Saturday in Atlanta and loved it. I am interested in the “Quilt to Fill Wholecloth Ideas” and “Creative Alternatives for Traditional Favorites” referenced in the back of Modern Simplicity. I didn’t see them on the page. Are they available and if so what are the prices?
    Colleen Sain

  4. Hi Jodi, I am a local decorator who is looking for someone to quilt bedspreads for me. I wonder if you can help? I saw the article in the newspaper today.
    Thanks, Kathy

  5. Hi Jodi

    i’m looking at classes to take at the Minnesota quilters event next month. Your class modern simplicity intrigues me however, I am not a machine quilter. Would I be overwhelmed by your class? I am looking for ways to do small projects on my regular sewing machine in my small little sewing room ? Your recommendation would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

    • Hi Carol! The designs in my Modern Simplicity class can definately be done on your domestic sewing machine! The are very simple to stitch, no matter which kind of machine you use …. plus you will get to play with the longarm, lol. Look forward to meeting you!

  6. Hi, I was interested in a class you are teaching at the Road To California show. Are the classes all full? Where do you sign up if there are openings? Their website just says online sales are closed, I tried calling the number given and just got a voicemail recording. I was just able to get a flight out there this morning, and I was really hoping to get to take a class or two this year. Thank you, Jennifer

    • Hi Jennifer, I think my classes are all full, accept Straight Line Quilting with a Modern Twist (I think it has one opening). I would guess that once the online sales are closed, you can sign up on site at the show. But you might try calling them on Monday when someone will be in the office. I hope you will be able to get into some classes.


      • Thank you Jodi for your response. I will give them a call first thing. I appreciate it.

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